From City announcement:
All residents are invited and encouraged to attend
WHAT (Richmond, Virginia U.S.A.) — The Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force will hold a meeting. The purpose of the Task Force is to make recommendations to Richmond City Council with regard to enhancing mass transit in the Metro-Richmond area and the efficiency and effectiveness of the GRTC Transit System. The meeting is free and open to the public and all residents are invited and encouraged to attend.
WHEN Thursday, March 14, 2013
WHERE Richmond Department of Economic Development
Richmond Main Street Train Station – 3rd Floor Conference Room
1500 East Main Street; Richmond, Virginia 23219
(PARKING: Free street parking is available nearby and in the lot on the west side of the building. Passes are now required for lot parking. Those wishing to park in lot are requested to please contact Ms. Marianne Pitts, at 804.646.3179 (tel); or email@example.com (email), two to three days before the event to arrange for a pass. The lot is accessible by using the Franklin Street Entrance and using the lot below the Interstate. When facing the Train Station from the Franklin Street Entrance, make a right and park towards the Clock Tower end. When facing the building from the parking lot, the entrance door to the Richmond Department of Economic Development is located on the right of the building.)
WHO Members of the Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force
CONTACT For more information, please contact Marianne Pitts, at 804.646.3179;
Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force
Richmond City Council established the Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force on September 27, 2010 by Richmond City Council Ordinance No. 2010-173-166.
The objective of the Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force is to provide a report to Council within in a year of its first meeting which recommends the following:
1. Any legislation, plans, policies, and programs that promote efficient mass transit in the city;
2. Economic development, economic growth, employment and tourism strategies that include public transportation; and,
3. Public relations and education programs to increase public use of mass transit.
4. The Task Force shall also work with interested private organizations to improve the service and efficiency of the GRTC.
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